I’ve often been asked to share my secrets of food photography, but to be completely honest, there is really no secret to taking good photos. You just need to practice more and find your own style.
Today, let me share with you 10 of my favourite food shots. Do leave a comment and let me know which is your favourite photo.
Food Photography has a big role to play because we feast with our eyes first. If you are venturing into food photography, here are some basic food photography tips to get you started.
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Photography is an incredible thing. It allows you to feel and appreciate all the little details, to make friends and share your thoughts, to discover and learn new things, and to witness and capture all the beautiful memories.
I have never look back ever since I started to dabble with it. Photography is an expensive hobby, with all the expensive cameras, lens and accessories but I have never regret picking up photography.
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It’s Monday again, and i thought it will be nice to share some desserts to chase the blues away. But before I do that, I’d like to tell you about what I’m currently thinking.
Gratitude and thank you!
Both words sum up my feelings towards everyone who likes my food blog. It gives me a sense of accomplishment to see my baby grow and I’m really proud of my blog. You think you know, but you have no idea. Love is a funny thing, it’s like having butterflies in the stomach and everyday feels like the first day I started my food blog, like you never know what will happen next.
// Update: Mykii Brasserie Cafe is now closed
Many food lovers always like to go Holland Village as it has always been one of the popular dining spots in Singapore that has so many different restaurants. I recently came to know that Mykii restaurant actually serves brunch on weekends. It wasn’t even on my list of Brunch Places in Singapore when I had compiled it back then.
Breakfast at Mykii Brasserie Cafe is available on weekends from 11.30am – 4pm, and there are three brunch menus to choose from: Hearty Deluxe ($38), Gourmet Chic ($28) and Classique ($28). We had a Hearty Deluxe brunch set which came with a starter of homemade bread & muffin/scone/cupcake, Mykii Brunch platter, a choice of main course, dessert, coffee/tea and fruit juice. I know, that’s quite an handful isn’t it? In addition to that, we shared another Gourmet Chic brunch set which was essentially about the same as the Hearty Deluxe brunch set – less the main course.
Most of the time, I prefer to order from the ala carte menu, rather than having a brunch buffet. There’s no need for so much variety for breakfast, I’m a cereal-eggs-pancakes-desserts kind of guy. I like to keep brunch simple – nothing too heavy.
Here is a guide to the best buffet restaurants in Singapore.
I have this mad obsession with list, so here’s the list of German restaurants in Singapore for you (and me) to try out. Due to their strategic location in the popular shopping malls, Brotzeit & Paulaner Brauhaus are arguably the better known German restaurants when it comes to German food in Singapore.
As a kid, I grew up having Pizza Hut’s Pan Pizzas. Before the invention of the thin crust pizza, I always thought that there’s only one type of pizza – the thick crust one – and I liked it a lot. Even after I came to discover the existence of the Thin pizza with crispy base, I still preferred the thick doughy ones.